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Jul
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comment What is the problem with using Fedora for servers?
If you have a server OS supported by a large company they will backport any security fixes they need to if the affected version of the software is still part of a version of there OS that they offer support for.
Jul
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answered What is the problem with using Fedora for servers?
Jul
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comment Server Hosting from your House - $200 to $300 per month range
Why do you need such fat pipes? If you host the server in a data center any decent broadband connection should be enough for file transfers and updating your server. You need to sepirate the business need for bandwidth from your desire to have faster youtube page loads.
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answered Is there any reason to upgrade from FreeBSD 6.x?
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answered Difference between home-use and office-use laptops
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answered Are there any reasons NOT to run an Ubuntu server?
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answered Naming convention for PC in a network
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asked automatically keeping track of users who have edited a word document
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answered automated installs vs. drive imaging
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answered Ubuntu server deployment
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answered How to protect against against data access if USB drive gets lost?
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answered How would I grab a text file off of a windows machine from a linux cli?